Your guide to bonfires and firework displays in Lincolnshire
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Thursday 4 November
There's a fireworks spectacular at Springfields in Spalding from 7.30pm. Admission on the day is £6 for adults and £4 for children. Tickets are £1 cheaper in advance and available by calling 01775 760909.
Friday 5 November
Improving the Donington Environment for All (IDEA for short) has organised an evening of fireworks at Donington Community Centre.
The doors open at 6pm and the local retained firemen will start the fun at 7pm from the primary school playing field. Admission is £3 per adult, a family ticket is £6, accompanied children are free. Please note - no unaccompanied children will be admitted.
Hot refreshments and a bar will be available in the Community Centre building
Horncastle and District Lions Club hold their annual Charity Bonfire and Firework display in the field in the corner of Lincoln Road and Thimbleby Hill Junction. Gates open from 6 and the bonfire is lit from 6.30. Admission is £3 for adults, £2 for children and under 5's go free.
The proceeds are in aid of local Lions Charities.
Annual Fireworks Display at the Lincolnshire Showground on Friday 5th November 2010.
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Lincolnshire Fireworks at the Lincolnshire Showground
Saturday 6 November
Fireworks Fiesta at Boston Rugby Club, Princess Royal Sports Arena. Gates open at 6, with display at 7.30. Admission for adults is £3, children £2. There will be fairground rides, a barbecue, licensed bar.
All proceeds to promote sport in the town.
The Caistor and District Lions Club have their annual Fireworks and Bonfire at Caistor Park tonight. Gates and kitchen open at 6pm, and the fireworks start at quarter to 7pm with the junior fireworks which have no bangs, followed by the lighting of the bonfire at 7pm and the main display at half past. Please give generously at the gate.
There's a Lancaster Night Run at 7pm and fireworks from 8pm at East Kirkby Aviation Heritage Centre.
Louth Charity Bonfire and Fireworks Display takes place at the ex-Deighton Close School Field in Louth. Gates open from 5.30 and the bonfire is lit at 6.30. Admission is £2 for children and £3 for adults and the event is organised by The Lions, Roundtable and Rotary Clubs of Louth - own fireworks are not permitted.
Guys will be judged at 6.15pm, the Bonfire will be lit at 6.30pm and fireworks will start at 7pm on Southrey Playing Field. Admission is £2 for adults, £1 for accompanied children and under 5s are free. The event will go ahead regardless of the weather, but please, don't take along your own fireworks.